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Vladimir Guerrero Jr. tops MLB All Star voting standings as of June 14

MLB released the first round of voting results for its 2021 All Star Game. Here’s a look at all the numbers.

Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (27) hits a two run home run during the seventh inning against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports

Major League Baseball is a month away from its annual All-Star Game, and the league unveiled the first round of voting results on June 14. Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. leads all vote-getters with 857,956 votes. Kain first round of MLB all-star balloting. Ronald Acuña is second with 834,287 votes, and Mike Trout is third with 706,503 votes.

This year, MLB is holding a two-phase voting process to determine who makes the All Star team and who will be a starter. Phase one runs through June 24th and the top three vote-getters at each position and top nine outfielders will advance to phase two. That second phase will last from noon ET on Monday, June 28, through 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 1 to determine the starters.

Below are results broken down into percentage by position. MLB.com Thomas Harrigan split them up from the raw vote totals. The top three (and top nine for outfield) are the ones who would advance to phase two, with No. 4 and 5 (or No. 10 and 11 for outfield) on the outside looking in.

First Base

AL

1. Vladimir Guerrero Jr., TOR, 51%
2. José Abreu, CWS, 9%
3. Yuli Gurriel, HOU, 8%

4. Jared Walsh, LAA, 7%
5. Trey Mancini, BAL, 5%

NL

1. Max Muncy, LAD, 23%
2. Freddie Freeman, ATL, 16%
3. Anthony Rizzo, CHC, 12%

4. Eric Hosmer, SD, 10%
5. Jesús Aguilar, MIA, 7%

Second Base

AL

1. Marcus Semien, TOR, 34%
2. Jose Altuve, HOU, 20%
3. DJ LeMahieu, NYY, 9%

4. Nick Madrigal, CWS, 8%
5. Whit Merrifield, KC, 6%
6. David Fletcher, LAA, 6%

NL

1. Ozzie Albies, ATL, 17%
2. Adam Frazier, PIT, 12%
3. Gavin Lux, LAD, 10%

4. Nico Hoerner, CHC, 10%
5. Jake Cronenworth, SD, 9%

Third Base

AL

1. Rafael Devers, BOS, 28%
2. Yoán Moncada, CWS, 13%
3. Alex Bregman, HOU, 12%

4. José Ramírez, CLE, 9%
5. Anthony Rendon, LAA, 7%

NL

1. Kris Bryant, CHC, 29%
2. Nolan Arenado, STL, 14%
3. Justin Turner, LAD, 12%

4. Manny Machado, SD, 11%
5. Austin Riley, ATL, 11%

Shortstop

AL

1. Xander Bogaerts, BOS, 31%
2. Bo Bichette, TOR, 15%
3. Tim Anderson, CWS, 11%

4. Carlos Correa, HOU, 10%
5. Adalberto Mondesi, KC, 8%

NL

1. Fernando Tatis Jr., SD, 40%
2. Javier Báez, CHC, 13%
3. Corey Seager, LAD, 9%

4. Brandon Crawford, SF, 7%
5. Trea Turner, WSH, 6%

Outfield

AL

1. Mike Trout, LAA, 15%
2. Aaron Judge, NYY, 11%
3. Byron Buxton, MIN, 8%
4. Adolis García, TEX, 7%
5. Teoscar Hernández, TOR, 5%
6. Randal Grichuk, TOR, 4%
7. Alex Verdugo, BOS, 4%
8. Randy Arozarena, TB, 4%
9. Michael Brantley, HOU, 3%

10. Cedric Mullins, BAL, 3%
11. Andrew Benintendi, KC, 3%

NL

1. Ronald Acuña Jr., ATL, 16%
2. Nick Castellanos, CIN, 11%
3. Jesse Winker, CIN, 9%
4. Mookie Betts, LAD, 8%
5. Juan Soto, WSH, 4%
6. Chris Taylor, LAD, 4%
7. Bryce Harper, PHI, 3%
8. Trent Grisham, SD, 3%
9. Ketel Marte, ARI, 3%

10. Joc Pederson, CHC, 2%
11. Christian Yelich, MIL, 2%
12. Tyler O’Neill, STL, 2%

Catcher

AL

1. Salvador Perez, KC, 43%
2. Yasmani Grandal, CWS, 9%
3. Martín Maldonado, HOU, 7%

4. Christian Vázquez, BOS, 6%
5. Kurt Suzuki, LAA, 6%

NL

1. Buster Posey, SF, 30%
2. Yadier Molina, STL, 16%
3. Willson Contreras, CHC, 11%

4. Will Smith, LAD, 11%
5. William Contreras, 6%